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1976 Electoral College Map
        Electoral Popular
Political Party Presidential Nom. VP Nom. # % # %
Democratic Jimmy Carter Walter Mondale 297 55.2 40,830,763 50.1
Republican Gerald R. Ford Bob Dole 240 44.6 39,147,793 48.0

Carter / Mondale

Ford

Jimmy Carter Gerald Ford
JIMMY CARTER GERALD R. FORD
  TOTAL VOTES Democrat Republican
STATE Votes % EV Votes % EV
Alabama 1,182,850 659,170 55.7 9 504,070 42.6
Alaska 123,574 44,058 35.7 71,555 57.9 3
Arizona 742,719 295,602 39.8 418,642 56.4 6
Arkansas 767,535 498,604 65.0 6 267,903 34.9
California 7,867,117 3,742,284 47.6 3,882,244 49.3 45
Colorado 1,081,554 460,353 42.6 584,367 54.0 7
Connecticut 1,381,526 647,895 46.9 719,261 52.1 8
Delaware 235,834 122,596 52.0 3 109,831 46.6
Dist. of Col. 168,830 137,818 81.6 3 27,873 16.5
Florida 3,150,631 1,636,000 51.9 17 1,469,531 46.6
Georgia 1,467,458 979,409 66.7 12 483,743 33.0
Hawaii 291,301 147,375 50.6 4 140,003 48.1
Idaho 344,071 126,549 36.8 204,151 59.3 4
Illinois 4,718,914 2,271,295 48.1 2,364,269 50.1 26
Indiana 2,220,362 1,014,714 45.7 1,183,958 53.3 13
Iowa 1,279,306 619,931 48.5 632,863 49.5 8
Kansas 957,845 430,421 44.9 502,752 52.5 7
Kentucky 1,167,142 615,717 52.8 9 531,852 45.6
Louisiana 1,278,439 661,365 51.7 10 587,446 46.0
Maine 483,216 232,279 48.1 236,320 48.9 4
Maryland 1,439,897 759,612 52.8 10 672,661 46.7
Massachusetts 2,547,558 1,429,475 56.1 14 1,030,276 40.4
Michigan 3,653,749 1,696,714 46.4 1,893,742 51.8 21
Minnesota 1,949,931 1,070,440 54.9 10 819,395 42.0
Mississippi 769,361 381,309 49.6 7 366,846 47.7
Missouri 1,953,600 998,387 51.1 12 927,443 47.5
Montana 328,734 149,259 45.4 173,703 52.8 4
Nebraska 607,668 233,692 38.5 359,705 59.2 5
Nevada 201,876 92,479 45.8 101,273 50.2 3
New Hampshire 339,618 147,635 43.5 185,935 54.7 4
New Jersey 3,014,472 1,444,653 47.9 1,509,688 50.1 17
New Mexico 418,409 201,148 48.1 211,419 50.5 4
New York 6,534,170 3,389,558 51.9 41 3,100,791 47.5
North Carolina 1,678,914 927,365 55.2 13 741,960 44.2
North Dakota 297,188 136,078 45.8 153,470 51.6 3
Ohio 4,111,873 2,011,621 48.9 25 2,000,505 48.7
Oklahoma 1,092,251 532,442 48.7 545,708 50.0 8
Oregon 1,029,876 490,407 47.6 492,120 47.8 6
Pennsylvania 4,620,787 2,328,677 50.4 27 2,205,604 47.7
Rhode Island 411,170 227,636 55.4 4 181,249 44.1
South Carolina 802,583 450,807 56.2 8 346,149 43.1
South Dakota 300,678 147,068 48.9 151,505 50.4 4
Tennessee 1,476,345 825,879 55.9 10 633,969 42.9
Texas 4,071,884 2,082,319 51.1 26 1,953,300 48.0
Utah 541,198 182,110 33.6 337,908 62.4 4
Vermont 187,765 80,954 43.1 102,085 54.4 3
Virginia 1,697,094 813,896 48.0 836,554 49.3 12
Washington* 1,555,534 717,323 46.1 777,732 50.0 8*
West Virginia 750,964 435,914 58.0 6 314,760 41.9
Wisconsin 2,104,175 1,040,232 49.4 11 1,004,987 47.8
Wyoming 156,343 62,239 39.8 92,717 59.3 3
Totals 81,555,889 40,830,763 50.1 297 39,147,793 48.0 240
* Ronald Reagan (Republican) received one electoral vote from a faithless elector in Washington

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